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Haryana won't divert E-way through Aravalli 26.5.2018 Metros | The Asian Age
The tribunal noted that in view of the statement and submission, nothing survived in the petition and disposed of the matter.
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Mayor's wife held for sit-in, later released on bail 26.5.2018 Metros | The Asian Age
Chatterjee was however granted bail later since the charges were bailable.
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Anti-Sterlite stir: Minister passes buck to UPA, says ‘Just back, read something on it’ 26.5.2018 India – The Indian Express
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Jaipur based NGO quenches thirst in Bundi 26.5.2018 DNA: India
An NGO from Jaipur has come forward to quench the thirst of hundreds of cattle and animals in two villages of Bundi, about 235 kilometers from the state capital, where water to drink even for humans is hardly available on burning stony dry land in mining areas of the district. Reports of cattle and animals dying due to thirst prompted the volunteers to transport water by tankers to supply into the ponds and empty reserves meant for the animals. The district is currently experiencing the scorching heat of 46+ degree Celsius.     The organisation came to know of the scarcity of water and of cattle and animals dying of thirst in Chainpuriya and Devdungri villages of Bundi district through reports in the newspaper following which we decided to arrange tankers to supply water in these villages, Sanjeev Sankhala of Jaipur based Help suffering lives society. The water tankers are now being sent to these villages daily and empty reserves and tanks meant for animals in and around the two villages are being ...
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Rajasthan 2 steps away from fulfilling Ease of Doing Business targets 26.5.2018 DNA: India
Despite improving its Business Reforms Action Plan (BRAP) ratings of Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) ranking last year, Rajasthan is falling short of two of the 372 areas planned in the current year to improve ‘Ease of Doing Business’. At present, the state stands 6th in BRAP with 99.46 per cent compliance. The state is yet to ‘integrate data for property-wise mapping of transactions’ and ‘allow intimation of mutation as soon as the deed gets registered’. Either of the pending areas are related to land registration and making the process more transparent. These have been held up following the challenges faced in integrating the data across offices of sub-registrar, land record office and all municipalities. After implementation, these measures will bring transparency in process and protect investors against fraudulent deals. Meanwhile, the corporate sector remains enthralled with the percentage of achievement made by the government. The PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industries in an ...
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Anti-erosion plan casts a cloud over Kaziranga 26.5.2018 India News | Get Live Updates Of UP Polls, 2017 And Other Breaking News And Analysis On Politics And Current Affairs From India
Floods wash away unwanted weeds & help growth of grasses that are a good diet for the animals.
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Punjab: Land of rivers struggles to check toxins 26.5.2018 India News | Get Live Updates Of UP Polls, 2017 And Other Breaking News And Analysis On Politics And Current Affairs From India
The situation becomes more alarming as Punjab is also among the states with presence of fluoride, arsenic nitrates and iron in groundwater.
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Indo-Bangla relations have entered golden phase, says PM Modi 26.5.2018 India – The Indian Express
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CPM workers pelted with stones in Tripura, one injured 26.5.2018 India – The Indian Express
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Chandigarh UT Administration revokes housing board orders 26.5.2018 Chandigarh – The Indian Express
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Trump was too hasty 26.5.2018 Opinion | The Asian Age
Kim's move to destroy some of his nuclear testing infrastructure buried in a mountain may be hollow as the process is not irreversible.
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Bone test on EWS student: Delhi education dept says her parents could be lying 26.5.2018 Delhi – The Indian Express
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PDA to hold e-auctions for properties in Patiala 26.5.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Patiala, May 24 The Patiala Urban Planning and Development Authority (PDA) will conduct e-auctions for various types of properties, including residential and commercial, in the district here. Properties would be available for bidding till May 30. The development authority has been conducting e-auctions since September 2017. The e-auction is being conducted for the fifth time. The authority has put up 82 auctions for Amritsar, Patiala, Bathinda, Ludhiana and Jalandhar. Of these 22 are in Patiala district. The properties offered included a group housing chunk site, a hospital site, commercial sites and residential plots. Intending bidders are required to deposit eligibility fee online in advance through the e-auction portal. Those bidding for residential plots have to deposit Rs 2 lakh, while those bidding for booths and shops have to deposit Rs 1 lakh, two per cent of the reserved price for SCO and SCF and chunk sites as eligibility fee. For 82 auctions, the website has witnessed ...
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High-speed Internet labs to be set up in 14 villages 26.5.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Nabha, May 25 Stage is set for high-speed Internet labs to be set up in 14 villages of the Nabha sub-division where students would learn through team work and self-choice using computers and high-speed Internet. The villages have been selected on the basis of having more than 50 per cent SC population or having a large chunk of shamlat land. The villages include Ajnauda Khurd, Galwatti, Kakrala, Sandnauli, Sukhewal, Tarkhedi Khurd, Udha, Bheelowal, Faridpur, Gadhayia, Ramgarh, Thuhi, Sadhoheri and Pedhan. The labs are likely to be opened after the summer vacation, enabling the student for self- learning. The district administration has already instructed the village panchayats to be ready with the rooms for the lab by the end of May so that the rest of the work could be completed by June end. According to information, the project is the brainchild of Sugata Mitra, professor of educational technology at New Castle University, England. After observing its positive results in various ...
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Mumbai development plan: Beach marked as residential zone set to be turned into public park 26.5.2018 Mumbai – The Indian Express
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Palghar bypoll: In first major clash with BJP, Shiv Sena banks on sympathy wave for son of late MP 26.5.2018 Mumbai – The Indian Express
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PM Modi failed to understand ‘mann ki baat’ of tribals, says Uddhav Thackeray at Palghar 26.5.2018 Mumbai – The Indian Express
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Jolt to CHB allottees 26.5.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Chandigarh, May 25 In a setback to over 60,000 owners of dwelling units, the Chandigarh Administration has revoked all relaxations given by former Chairman of the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) Maninder Singh Bains in the past three years. Sources said the Senior Town Planner of the Urban Planning Department had conveyed the decision to the CHB after approval from the Administrator. While the decision is set to create panic among the allottees who made changes in line with the earlier orders, Chairman of the CHB Ajoy Kumar Sinha said no action would be taken against any allottee for now. In a communication sent to the CHB, the Senior Town Planner said, “The Administration has decided to revoke all such orders which have been issued without the approval of the Chandigarh Administration and are not in accordance with the prevalent developmental regulations, including the Chandigarh Master Plan-2031.” The sources said during Bains’ tenure, the CHB had ...
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EVMs to be moved to counting centre amidst tight security 26.5.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Jalandhar, May 25 The Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and the VVPAT Machines will be transported to Jalandhar from Shahkot after polling is over on May 28 amidst a tight security cover to be provided by the Border Security Force (BSF), Punjab Police and Punjab Armed Police. Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma and Senior Superintendent of Police Gurpreet Singh Bhullar, who visited the strongroom-cum-dispatch and receiving centre of EVMs here today said the district administration would ensure foolproof security cover during the transportation of these machines to the counting centre located in Jalandhar from Shahkot. They said more than 50 security personnel from the BSF, along with the necessary force from the local police, would be deployed for this work. They said that six companies of the BSF had already arrived in Shahkot for ensuring a free and fair poll in the Assembly segment. The DC and SSP said these companies would be deployed at 96 vulnerable polling booths ...
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Taxi stand operators resent MC decision 26.5.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Jalandhar, May 25 In a sudden move against encroachments, the Municipal Corporation (MC) recently took the decision to issue a monthly challan slip of Rs 3,000 to every illegal taxi stand operator in the city. Although the decision received a positive response from many commuters, taxi stand operators seemed unhappy with this ruling and termed it an unfair decision. The MC Tehbazari superintendent Mandeep Singh said currently more than 100 illegal taxi stands were running in the district and no regulatary process had been established to prevent these from utilising the public space. Therefore, this amount would be charged as composition fees and if any operator fails to pay it, he would be removed from the MC land. Sources, meanwhile, said the MC was going through a huge financial loss. Consequently, this charging of revenue would annually generate more than Rs 50 lakh for the civic body. Speaking against the decision, many taxi stand operators said this was an unfair judgement, as ...
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